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[texts]Army battle casualties and nonbattle deaths in World War II Pt 3 of 4 - US Adjutant General
Part 3 of 4 (pages 71-95) "This is the final statistical record of battle casualties and nonbattle deaths incurred during World War II by United States Army military personnel, including members of the Army Air Forces. The period covered is 7 December 1941 through 31 December 1946. Battle casualties are shown in various ways such as: type and disposition; theater; month of occurrence; duty branch; grade in which serving; component; place of occurrence; organization; campaign, and area of residen...
Keywords: United States. Army; WWI; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties -- Statistics; US Army; World War, 1939-1945; World War II
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[texts]Army battle casualties and nonbattle deaths in World War II Pt 2 of 4 - US Adjutant General
Part 2 of 4 (pages 28-70) "This is the final statistical record of battle casualties and nonbattle deaths incurred during World War II by United States Army military personnel, including members of the Army Air Forces. The period covered is 7 December 1941 through 31 December 1946. Battle casualties are shown in various ways such as: type and disposition; theater; month of occurrence; duty branch; grade in which serving; component; place of occurrence; organization; campaign, and area of residen...
Keywords: United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties -- Statistics; WWII; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; US Army
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[texts]Army battle casualties and nonbattle deaths in World War II Pt 1 of 4 - US Adjutant General
Part 1 of 4 (pages 1-27) "This is the final statistical record of battle casualties and nonbattle deaths incurred during World War II by United States Army military personnel, including members of the Army Air Forces. The period covered is 7 December 1941 through 31 December 1946. Battle casualties are shown in various ways such as: type and disposition; theater; month of occurrence; duty branch; grade in which serving; component; place of occurrence; organization; campaign, and area of residenc...
Keywords: United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties -- Statistics; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; US Army; WWII
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[movies]Who Died? - United States. Office of Strategic Services
This was one of 6 "impact bulletins" released in 1945 for the 7th War Loan Drive. Written, introduced, and narrated by American novelist Betty Smith, author of "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." Grimly answers the question "Who died?" From the Technique newspaper:  "I've just been told that over 3,000 of our American boys died in the first eleven days of the invasion of France. Who died? I'll tell you who died."Description at National Archives: "Designed to sell war bonds, this picture consists of fiv...
Keywords: War Bonds; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties; Soldiers' bodies, Disposition of; World War II; Smith, Betty, 1896-1972; World War, 1939-1945; WWII
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[texts]Army battle casualties and nonbattle deaths in World War II Pt 4 of 4 - US Adjutant General
Part 4 of 4 (pages 96-121) "This is the final statistical record of battle casualties and nonbattle deaths incurred during World War II by United States Army military personnel, including members of the Army Air Forces. The period covered is 7 December 1941 through 31 December 1946. Battle casualties are shown in various ways such as: type and disposition; theater; month of occurrence; duty branch; grade in which serving; component; place of occurrence; organization; campaign, and area of reside...
Keywords: United States. Army; WWII; Army Battle Casualties; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties -- Statistics; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; US Army
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[movies]Just For Remembrance - United States. Department of the Treasury
"Shows dead soldiers and how their personal possessions are collected and sent to a warehouse in Kansas City, Mo., from which they are mailed to next of kin. Points out the importance of buying bonds to win the war."Short film produced for the U.S. Treasury for the 6th War Loan bond drive, along with the Navy films 957th Day, It Can't Last, We Said We'd Come Back, Freedom Comes High, Photography Fights and the War Department films Hands, Justice, Silence, The Line Is Busy, and Two And A Half Min...
Keywords: WWII; American Graves Registration Service; World War, 1939-1945; Soldiers' bodies, Disposition of; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties; World War II
Downloads: 110
[texts]FM 8-45 Records of Morbidity and Mortality Sick and Wounded - United States. War Department
FM 8-45 Records of Morbidity and Mortality Sick and Wounded "In all records of morbidity and mortality it is necessary that facts be stated completely, yet concisely; this will facilitate subsequent study of such records and decrease the amount of correspondence pertaining to their examination. The correct application with reference to the various forms discussed herein is to be found in the Appendix." Digitized by AHEC (U.S...
Keywords: WWII; United States. -- Army -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Field Manual; US Army; World War, 1939-1945 -- Casualties -- Statistics; United States. Army; Soldiers' Bodies, Disposition Of -- United States -- Handbooks, Manuals, etc
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